Bò Kho isn’t the most well-known soup for visitors of Vietnam. Same broth color as the Bun Bo Hue, Bo Kho is beef stewed with tomato, star anise and lemongrass, served in 3 different ways. The origin of the stew lies in northern Vietnam, where they get Bo Kho for breakfast. Where I am from in central Vietnam, it is served as a noodle, and in South Vietnam fresh bread is dipped in the sauce (my mom serves it with bread, I’m just used to it!). These three ways make this dish eaten for breakfast, lunch or as a main course, which tonight, Mitch & I decided to go for a dinner meal. They unfortunately ran out of Banh Mi (Vietnamese style French baguette), so they served it with Hu Tieu Noodles. Discover in this posts, places where I enjoy Bo Kho.
PS: It was DELICIOUS! Address coming soon, but you can see it is opposite side of The Vista, D2.